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Onboard Sound Not working

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Justinl, Sep 3, 2004.

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  1. Justinl

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    I have a Dell Dimension L433c Running Windows 98, and am not able to get the onboard sound card working. How can I find the driver for an onboard sound card? I have tried Dell's website, however had no had much luck. :confused:
     
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  3. Justinl

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    Tried them and it gave me the message that a Sound Blaster Live! Value card was not on my system.
     
  4. colmaca

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    well?they were the drivers for a Dell Dimension L433c Running Windows 98.
    try looking in device manager and see what is posted under sound,video,game controllers.look for anything with audio next to it and post back what it says.


    how to get device manager up right click my computer /properities choose hardware and device manager
     
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    Thanks, for the advice, I searched Dell's site again and finally found a dirver that works. Thanks for the posts! :D
     
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    Found the driver finally, I went to the site you sent, and searched their audio drivers for this model. After trying like 5 out I got one to work.
    Thanks again!
     
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